Idiom of the day: Hold your horses. Meaning: Slow down, wait. Example: Hold your horses! Grab an umbrella before you walk out into the rain!
Idiom of the day: Dressed to kill. Meaning: Dressed in fancy or stylish clothes to impress people. Example: The man was dressed to kill in a tuxedo, hat, gold watch and expensive shoes, because he was going to accept an award.
Idiom of the day: By the skin of your teeth. Meaning: Just barely. Example: Jack escaped from the burning building by the skin of his teeth.
Are you alive and kicking?
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“Get along” means “to have a good relationship”. Example: Why don’t you two get along? You’re always fighting.
English idiom with its meaning and an example: 'In the nick of time'. One of a series of "Idiom Cards" created by IdiomLand.com